Nimrod® font family


Designed by Robin Nicholas in 1980

About Nimrod® font family

Nimrod was released by Monotype in 1980. Designed for current newspaper technology, the Nimrod font family evolved as a result of extensive examination of newspaper industry needs. Nimrod retains many of the features of the traditional newspaper Ionics, but some of the fussier detailing has been replaced by the more sober forms of the old styles, such as Plantin. A highly legible font family, especially in smaller sizes, its clear unambiguous character shapes make easily readable blocks of text. Nimrod also withstands the degradation encountered in newspaper production and printing. First used for body text in the Leicester Mercury newspaper, the Nimrod font family has subsequently become a popular choice in newspapers for text and headlines.
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Font Designer: Robin Nicholas

Nimrod

Desktop fonts

12 Typefaces

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PRO supports at least 33 languages.

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Nimrod® Regular
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Nimrod® Italic
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Nimrod® Bold
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Nimrod® Bold Italic
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Nimrod® Cyrillic Regular
US$ 59
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Nimrod® Cyrillic Inclined
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Nimrod® Cyrillic Bold
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Nimrod® Cyrillic Bold Inclined
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Nimrod® Greek Regular
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Nimrod® Greek Italic
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Nimrod® Greek Bold
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Nimrod® Greek Bold Italic
US$ 59
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